Friday, 18 May 2012

A-England Guinevere Swatch + Stamping

A-England is a brand I have buckets of admiration for. I've yet to find one of their polishes that disappoints and the brands creator, Adina, is one of the most inspiring women I've ever had the pleasure of speaking to. Guinevere is from the Mythicals collection - a collection of sublime cremes - and this one's no different. Look how creamy!! The colour is a slightly greyish lilac, it's so pretty and neutral enough for work.

All swatches are 2 coats of A-England Guinevere* with a top coat of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.

A-England Guinevere Swatch

A-England Guinevere Swatch

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A-England Guinevere Swatch

You can buy Guinevere from A-England.co.uk right here with free worldwide shipping!

A-England Guinevere with Stamping

 Stamping Plate: Red Angel RA108
Base Colour: A-England Guinevere
Stamping Colour: Barry M Gold Foil
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A-England Guinevere with Stamping

* Items marked with an asterisk were sent for consideration. See my Disclaimer for more information

29 comments:

  1. put another one in the *need* column! I love Adina's polishes!

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  2. You always seem to find the best non-konad stamping polishes! :)

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  3. This is a gorgeous purple! I love the stamp on top! ^.^

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  4. This is so pretty! That stamp looks sort of like an optical illusion...

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  5. Where did u buy that stamping plate? Is it konad?
    The Barry M gold foil u have used, is that a special for stamping or just a regular polish?

    Lisa :-)

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    1. The plate is a Red Angel plate from Amazon (they only ship to the US) http://bit.ly/uJK5SN

      Barry M Gold Foil is a regular polish from Barry M's special effects range.

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  6. Lovely creme, going to have to try the a-england cremes I think

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  7. gorgeous! the stamping looks brilliant!

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  8. Gorgeous color! I heart A Englands!

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  9. That is a gorgeous lilac! I love the stamping too! :)

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  10. That colour is gorgeous and the stamping really suits it x :-)

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  11. Beautiful! I wholeheartedly agree about a england. I have four of them, and they never disappoint. In fact, my favourite polish EVER, the perfect candy apple red, is Perceval.

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  12. That is a gorgeous polish!

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  13. I always come to you for stamping inspiration! You always have great color combos and everything is just flawless!

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  14. love love LOVE your blog! i thought of you after i was reading company magazine the other day and saw an article on a nail sprinkle which looks like hundreds and thousands. the website is www.ciate.co.uk i thought it might give you some inspiration! although it is pretty expensive..

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    1. Ciate upset bloggers during the marketing of that idea but I did do a caviar, or 'fish egg' look a while ago in revolt!
      http://www.thenailasaurus.com/2012/04/fish-egg-friday.html

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  15. Soo soo pretty!! And so perfect!

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  16. Also I've never seen A England in shops. Can you get in Superdrug or Boots?

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    1. No, in the UK, you can only buy them online at the moment!

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  17. Nail polish of A-England are the cutest one. But here in Brazil it's almost impossible to find! Love it the nail art!

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  18. The stamping tops it really nicely :) love it!

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  19. What is your favourite sping/summer nail polish? :)

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  20. Hi there, first time poster. Just wanted to ask if there is a dupe for Guinevere? A-England is out of my budget especially with GBP rate is a lot higher than our currency. Btw, you Nubs are so cute. If I cut my nails that short, it will be quite small.

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  21. the stamping just makes it so regal!

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  22. I don't wear dusty purple enough and your combo with gold is perfect! :D

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